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Map of Münster, Germany (1683)
The 17 Netherlands, depicted as Leo Belgicus (the Belgian Lion or Dutch Lion) - early 17th century
1662 Map of Finland
Map of the town of Dokkum, the Netherlands 1698
1611 Map of Africa , southwest Europe, southern Asia, 'Terra Incognita" and the eastern bit of Brazil
1665 map of Portugal - by Joan Blaeu
Great Britain and Ireland (1654) - Ptolemy's 1st European Map: - Old Great Britain from Blaeu's Atlas of Scotland from 1654
Map of New Sweden ca. 1650 by Amandus Johnson
1658 Map of the Baltic Sea and surrounding countries showing the royal coat of arms for Sweden
Haarlem, Netherlands. 1616
Germany in 1648 (map in French made in 1947)
1610 Ireland
1665 map of Malta - by Joan Blaeu
Europe (Detailed) - AD 1618
Cyprus 1635
1683 map of Greece
Italia : 1631 map of Italy
Remastered 1635 map of Europe by Willem Blaeu
Berlin & Cölln, Germany, 1652
Jannson’s Map of Norway (1700)
Map of the Diocese of Stavanger, Norway. Published in 1638 by Johannes Blaeu and Cornelius Blaeu for The Atlas Van der Hagen
Northern Europe, mid 17th century, by Johannes Janssonius
1690 Visscher Map of Holstein,Germany
New France Map by Samuel de Champlain (1632)
Iceland 1650
1690 Visscher Map of Denmark
1630 Portuguese map of Asia | "Taboas geraes de toda a navegação, divididas e emendadas por Dom Ieronimo de Attayde com todos os portos principaes das conquistas de Portugal delineadas por Ioão Teixeira cosmographo de Sua Magestade" | Jeronimo de Ataide, João Teixeira
1608 Map of Romania by Abraham Ortelius
Old map of Belgrade (Serbia) from Sep 6th 1688
Bosnia,Slavonia,Croatia and Dalmatia (1609)
Territorial Changes of Poland from 1635-2009
The Kingdome of Ireland, c. 1610
Hapsburg Monarchy (Later Austrian Empire) Territorial Changes 1648-1795 (Excluding Italian Possessions and the Austrian Netherlands)
Europe -1650
Europe (Detailed) - AD 1648
Europe (Detailed) - AD 1618
Corrected map of France: showing the coastline of France after scientifically mapping it in the late 17th century
Heilbronn, Germany in 1617
1631 map of England, Scotland and Ireland by Dutch catrographer Willem Janszoon Blaeu. Full title: Magnae Britanniae et Hiberniae Tabula.
Europe 1609
Population loss during the Thirty Years' War, fought primarily in Central Europe between 1618 and 1648
Countries that have been ar war with France / UK / Germany (1700-now)
Principle areas of European settlement, in North America 1700.
1623 Map of Europe, Africa and Asia by the Portuguese Carthographer Antonio Sanches
Spanish Empire in Europe 1648
Ireland 1650
Europe after the 30 years war 1648
Europe in 1650, total displacement of warships owned by state navies
A 17th century map of the Medieval walled city of Coevorden, The Netherlands
Map of Europe in 1700
European settlements in North America in 1650
Europe AD 1650
Map of Central,Northern and Eastern Europe in second half of 17th century
Europe in c.1700
Map of present-day Poland in 967, 1239, 1411, 1635, 1815 and 1921.
Sweden in 1658 -
Blaeu's map of Europe in 1630, hanging in my room
Eastern Europe & Balkans, late 17th century | closing stages of the Morean War
Land ownership in Ireland 1641 and 1703
Map of present-day Slovakia in 380 AD, 623, 895, 1243, 1663, and 1938.
Leo Belgicus 1650 - this is the form of a lion that is superimposed onto the 17 United Provinces of the Netherlands
Map of Ireland 1610
Map of Berne, capital city of Switzerland, 1638
Europe 1700
Transylvania, Romania from a 1647 Atlas
Kanton Bern (Switzerland) drawn as a bear in 1700 (higher res in comments)
1607 Samuel de Champlain Map of New France
Leeuwarden, the Netherlands 1603
First map of the Royal Postal Routes of France, 1632 by Nicolas Sanson
Map of the United Provinces of the Netherlands, 1664
Map of the World Known to Europe at the Restoration of the Stuarts (1660)
"Arabia", by Joannes Blaeu, 1662-70, with handwritten corrections and "updates" by the cartographer. From the personal atlas of Frederik V of Denmark
Map of Europe Showing Poland and Lithuania, 1561-1629
Alsace and other German Conquests by the King of France in the 17th century
Distribution of Armenians in the early 17th century, a few decades after its conquest by the Ottomans, within the current borders of Turkey
1800`s Historical Maps of Europe (1628 × 1273)
Europe in 1618 - Beginning of the 30 Years' War
1694 map of Denmark
Universities of Europe founded before 1618
"General Depiction of the Wild Fields in Common Parlance Ukraine, Together with its Neighboring Provinces" created 1648 by Beauplan. One of the first map of Ukraine. South-up map orientation
The Habsburgs in Hungary, 1699-1751
Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Anno 1613. First cartographic mention of Ukraine.
1688 Map of The Kingdom of Portugal and Algarve, Heightened in Gold by the Dutch Map Maker Nicholaus Visscher.
1630 Map of Eastern Europe and Russia, by the Dutch Map Maker Willem Janszoon Blaeu.
The First Sea Chart of the New Netherlands, 1656, Arnold Colom
A map of Iceland from 1680. (Details in comments)
Habsburg possessions in Europe 1699-1789
Borders of states of Southeastern and Eastern Europe overlaid over modern borders 1699 after Treaty of Karlowitz and Ottoman defeat in Great Turkish War
Iceland by Blaeu 1665
Map of Berlin, Germany in 1688 (map drawn 1835)
1688 Map of The Kingdom of Portugal and Algarve, Heightened in Gold by the Dutch Map Maker Nicholaus Visscher.
Urbano Monti (1544–1613) (alternate spelling: Urbano Monte) was an Italian cartographer. He was born and raised in Milan, Italy. His most famous work is the Planisphere.Some of his best known works are a part of the David Rumsey Map Collection of Stanford University and have been recently digitized.
Laser etching of Matthäus Merian's 1643 drawing of Biberach, Germany
Share of households with internet access in Europe in the 17th century
Croatia and its surroundings in 1601
European alliances in Thirty Years' War 1618-1648
marine map of all european ports on the ocean and the Mediterranean by BEREY in 1700 (Louis XIV )
Map of Europe at the beginning of the 17th century.
Boazio's Map of Ireland (circa 1606)
Bunting's world map of 1581. The shape of Western Australia appears quite accurate, which is a mystery because the map was published 35 years before its first sighting by a European, Dirk Hartog in 1616.
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